I am trying to export a single freeze frame in a sequence as a JPEG (25 frames) by using the export - quicktime conversion function. However, when I go to check the exported image in my save location, it has produced a plain white JPEG image with no picture at all and a very small file size.
What makes this strange is that it seems to occur randomly. I will have no problem exporting still images from Final Cut Pro individually this way for a period, then after a few, one of them just doesn't seem to work and its never the same one. Sometimes after a few tries on the same image, it will export properly, other times, a few tries will make no difference.
The problem does seem to get more persistent the more still images I export in one working session. I'm currently working off an imac and I also experienced this bug previously on my macbook pro, which has the same software installed.
I have also tried using other still image formats and this doesn't help.
I am using Final Cut Studio 3.
Any suggestions? Also can an image be exported as a PNG? I can't seem to find this format in the list....
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